- Jute rugs natural color compliments other house decor seamlessly.
- Jute rugs offer inherent natural beauty to any space in which they're used since they're made of plant fibers, often left in their original tan shade.
- Jute's durability -- like hemp or flax -- lends it a life of usefulness in woven form, as with an area rug.
- While jute is relatively maintenance-free, it does have a few care considerations that make it ideal for some locations while they are not the best fit for all areas, such as high humidity washrooms or entrances. Due to their high absorption tendency they can get moist in high humid conditions.
- Jute rugs does not come in huge varieties.
- Due to its tough durability and rugged appearance it has been always favourite rug for high traffic areas, such as hall way, dining areas, etc.
Jute Rugs are very low maintenance, just a quick vac would do sufficient job. A simple vacuuming with a brush attachment removes dust that may have built up in the woven texture of the rug. Vacuum from several directions to remove the most debris and prolong the rug's usefulness and beauty. If the rug has a binding, avoid using too much vacuuming on the stitches as it might result in breaking the knots. While treating a spill on the rug it would be a good idea to blot, rather than rubbing the stain off as it might break the natural fiber.
Jute rugs, unlike some other type of rugs shall not be steam cleaned as it might ruin or may lead the jute rug to mildew and mold. Spot rug cleaners shall also be prevented to use on jute rugs as they may ruin the natural fiber and lead to discolor it's natural tones Continuous sunlight can also be harmful to jute rugs as they are dried natural products. It is very much advised to rotate the rug evenly if it is in sunny areas for long.